One of the biggest buzzwords for 2018 is blockchain. It was developed for use initially in digital currencies such as Bitcoins (you can buy bitcoin here). The technology’s robust security, transparency, and durability features lend itself into new business use cases. Experience The Skies introduces what the blockchain technology is and what the airline industry has done to embrace this new technology.
Experience The Skies published a news piece on the Delta Air Lines and Virgin Atlantic’s new pop-up pub concept for nine days to showcase the 230 destinations they operate jointly to the United States (see post). This insight is a follow up to the pub experience with discussion how the concept will build awareness on their joint venture partnership, technology integration and marketing exposure.Read More »Insight: The Delta Air Lines / Virgin Atlantic Pub Experience
Delta Air Lines and Virgin Atlantic teamed up to open their first pop-up pub in London, United Kingdom between August 10 to 19, 2018.Read More »Delta and Virgin Atlantic Opens First Pop-Up Pub In London
WestJet will debut new domestic business seat renamed “Premium” on new Boeing 737 MAX deliveries starting in 2019.
Japanese onsens plays an important role in its culture and provides wellness benefits to their users. The New Chitose Airport (CLS) located in Sapporo, Japan is unique in that it is the only one in the world that hosts an onsen on site.
Japan is a very popular vacation destination for Hong Kongers trying to escape city life. In a first, airline loyalty program Asia Miles is chartering two exclusive flights this summer between Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) and Osaka’s Kansai International Airport (KIX) for its members to redeem.
Read More »Asia Miles Chartered Exclusive Flights For Its Members To Japan
TAP Air Portugal introduces a new bulk flight pass product into the marketplace. This new offering could save customers up to 40% in the ticket price based on the product, time of booking and pass duration.
With the Airbus and Bombardier Aerospace C Series deal closed, the CS100 and CS300 names are changed to A220-100 and A220-300 to form the new A220 family of aircrafts. In addition, JetBlue Airways announced a mega deal to purchase 60 A220-300 aircrafts to become an all Airbus shop in the future.